New opportunity to live and work in Wakefield city centre

The demolition of the annexe to County Hall will herald a milestone in the regeneration of the Westgate area of Wakefield city centre. The hall, a grade I listed building dates back to the late 1800s although the concrete annexe was added in 1969. The Westgate area is being developed into Merchant Gate, a £140m business centre located around old yards next to Westgate station.

The demolition of the annexe marks the first step in this exciting development which will create an inspired and vibrant new urban community, offering residents the opportunity to live and work in the city centre.

The development will include three new combined office and leisure buildings, retail outlets, residential block, multi-storey car park and stylish public square which will open in summer 2010.

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